NFR Birthdays.

Old Man

Just an Old Man
#1
What ever happened to peoples birthdays that used to show up on the forum page. Here I turned 78 and nobody knows about it but me. But I really don't give a shit because I'm still an old bastard. But what is a persons age but a number. I can't give anybody a bad time because by the time you all read this it will be Tomorrow and I'll be 78 and a day.

There, I'm done bitching.

Have a nice day.
 

Old Man

Just an Old Man
#7
Belated Happy Birthday, Jim. I'm getting closer to catching you . . . did you get out on "your day?"
No, wife took sick. Stomach flu. It's making it's way around Dillon now. I tend to not get sick. I stay away from people and not get caught up in crowds. Since I've been in Montana I haven't been down sick. I get the sniffles now and then, but being sick in bed, nothing.
 
#8
Happy Birthday you grouchy old fart!
Birthdays are important especially if you are still around to celebrate your own.
I will be driving through (by) Dillon next week in the U-Haul heading for my new home in Arizona. If Dillon has the flu-bug I am going to keep the windows rolled up and hit the gas. I don't want to be sick when I get to the sunshine.
jesse
 

Irafly

Indi "Ira" Jones
#14
To keep it fishing related, there are some arbitrary dates that matter, at 15 you have to buy a license and at 21 you can finally apply for your concealed weapons permit.

I also believe only one person should be honored on your birthday, and that is your mother after all she is the one who did all the work.
 

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